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Lot  352: George Mason Metal Document Box
Lot  406: Union Civil War LettersLot  481:CSA $1-Confederate Civil War Reunion
Rancho Santa Fe, CA, United States
DoneSun, Dec 14, 2003 4:00 PM UTC

Autographs-Coins-Currency-American

Early American History Auctions, Inc. (EAHA) announces the release of the catalog for its December 13, 2003 Mail Bid Auction, consisting of 1,587 lots of Autographs, Coins, Currency, Civil War material, Prints, Maps, and other authentic, historic Americana. This Auction will close live over eBay Live Auctions on December 14, 2003. AUTOGRAPHS: Including a Daniel Boone Archive of nearly 50 documents (Est. $20,000-$25,000).

COLONIAL AMERICA: Highlights of this section include a 34 volume set of the British magazine "ANNUAL REGISTER" from 1758 to 1792.

CIVIL WAR: Numerous Wallpaper Editions of Confederate Newspapers will be offered.

HISTORIC ANTIQUE GLASS: A rare "Franklin & Washington" Liverpool Bowl.

CONTINENTAL CURRENCY: A rare Paul Revere-engraved 7 Shillings 6 Pence "Sword in Hand" note from Massachusetts.

ENCASED POSTAGE: The highlight of this always-popular section is a 5 Cents "Drink Sands' Ale Encasement.

CONFEDERATE CURRENCY: An 1862 West Virginia "General Order" Broadside encouraging the use of Confederate Currency.

OBSOLETE CURRENCY: Important items in this section include a set of five Extremely Rare Proprietary Proofs from the Hwaiian Islands.

INDIAN PEACE MEDALS: A bronze example of the extremely rare 1881 Chester Arthur Indian Peace Medal.

UNITED STATES COINAGE: Including a 1793 Chain Cent in Very Good.

WORLD COINAGE: The extensive collection of 376 Bavarian "Madonna Thalers" of the 1753-1799 period.

AMERICANA: Matthew Perry's Victory Cane from 1836.

FOSSILS AND RELATED: A table-top display of a 15" Baby Psittacosaurus Dinosaur from China.

Early American History Auctions will be closing the bid book over Ebay Live Bid starting at 10:00 AM Pacific Time on Sunday, December 14th. Catalogs are available from EAHA for an annual Subscription rate of $72 (Six Auction Catalogs -- a 40% discount off the individual price of $20).